Constantia Thatch Lodge provides a choice of self catering accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Constantia Thatch Lodge offers self-catering accommodation for 10 guests in 2 cottages and 2 private suites. Private entrance and patios. Pool, secure parki
Le Bonheur Villas and Cottages offers a selection of self catering accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. 4 self catering options are available: Villa - 6 bedrooms that sleeps 12, 4 bathrooms (3 en-suite). Protected from the summer winds, making it an id
Kaapse Draai provides bed and breakfast accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Situated in Upper Constantia in a quiet, brick paved cul-de-sac. Guests are welcomed to the tranquil beauty of the garden and the tastefully decorated interior by Annelie and
Bel Ombre Cottages provide self catering cottage accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Bel Ombre Cottages are luxuriously furnished and fully equipped self catering cottages in the beautiful Constantia Valley, the ideal base from which to explore and e
Pinoak Cottage is a versatile, sunny self catering cottage in the quiet leafy suburb of Constantia for individuals, guests travelling together or families. The cottage has 2 self catering units with an extra bedroom en-suite for larger families...
Biancalba Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Conveniently situated in the Cape Peninsula, Constantia Valley, amidst vineyards and elegant estates, Biancalba Guest House is renowned for traditional Italian hospital
Ascot Gardens provides an array of self catering accommodation in Bergvliet, Cape Town. Bergvliet is a quiet, safe leafy suburb in the Constantia Valley, only 16 kms from Cape Town Centre and the V&A Waterfront, and is perfectly positioned in the centre o
Hidden Way provides self catering flatlet accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Hidden Way is situated in a quiet pan-handle with secure, covered off-street parking and a private patio. The flatlet is self-catering and has a separate fully-equipped kitc
Constantia Villa offers self catering accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Set in the heart of the Constantia Valley, in Cape Town's most prestigious leafy suburb, within walking distance of Constantia Uitsig and surrounded by the mountains of the Peni
Pepper Hollow offers self catering apartment accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. The accommodation consists of one self-catering cottage with 2 bedrooms. The main bedroom has a queen size bed & dressing table with an en-suite bathroom. The second bedr
Holiday or business, come to At Villa Fig Guest House, situated in the tranquil Constantia Valley and enjoy the mountain views from your bedroom and balcony. We offer spacious and individually decorated rooms with all the facilities you...
Situated in the heart of rural Constantia are these 2 spectacular 1st floor apartments. There is a large balcony looking out over the expansive garden with spectacular mountain views.
Paradiso Guesthouse provides both bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation in Constantia, Cape Town. Set in a tranquil treed garden with panoramic views of the distant Constantiaberg Mountains, Constantia valley and its wine farms, offering guest
Constantia is one of Cape Town's most leafy, green suburbs. The Constantia Valley is bounded on two sides by Table Mountain National Park and the southern gate of Kirstenbosch leads off the valley. Only 20 minutes from the City Bowl, Constantia is in the heart of a world-class wine route that includes some of the Cape's oldest wines and the Cape Winelands, including the farms of the Constantia Valley, are presently being put forward to UNESCO as a potential World Heritage Site.
Constantia is full of green belts and walking trails, including the Silverhurst trail with over 100 indigenous trees planted along the river. The Alphen trail, close to the Alphen Hotel is very popular with locals and their dogs and the Sillery Walk, along the Spaanschemacht River is perfect for languid afternoons. Historically, Constantia Valley took its name from the farm granted to Simon van der Stel in 1685. He apparently named it after Constanza, the daughter of his benefactor, Commissioner van Rheede.